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Private Schools | Popular

School Name Grades Gender Tuition
University of Toronto Schools Top 25
Toronto, ON  
7-12  Co-Ed  $29,800  
Upper Canada College Top 25
Toronto, ON  
SK-12  All-Boys  $35,000 - $38,000  
Branksome Hall Top 25
Toronto, ON  
JK-12  All-Girls  $35,700 - $39,200  
The Bishop Strachan School Top 25
Toronto, ON  
JK-12  All-Girls  $34,760  
Crestwood Preparatory College Top 25
Toronto, ON  
7-12  Co-Ed  $33,500 - $36,300  
Havergal College Top 25
Toronto, ON  
JK-12  All-Girls  $39,540  
St. Clement's School Top 25
Toronto, ON  
1-12  All-Girls  $32,850  
Bayview Glen
Toronto, ON  
PS-12  Co-Ed  $19,050 - $28,300  
TFS - Canada's International School
Toronto, ON  
PS-12  Co-Ed  $21,530 - $36,620  
Blyth Academy
Toronto, ON  
5-12  Co-Ed  $18,700 - $21,700  

Private Schools | Profiles

The Lakefield College School is among the premier co-educational boarding and day schools in North America. Established in 1879, the Lakefield College School has over a hundred years of experience helping students in the education of the mind, body, and soul. The Lakefield College School is known for its school motto Mens Sana in Corpore Sano, meaning "A sound mind in a sound body" that forms the cornerstone of students' educational experience. Situated on 4391 Country Road 29 in Lakefield, Ontario, the Lakefield College School offers a wide range of courses as well as many Advanced Placement classes to stimulate students' academic careers. In addition, Lakefield College School offers a wide selection of sports and clubs, including Alpine Skiing, Sailing, Photography Club, and Visual Arts for a well-rounded education; these extra-curricular activities are available to all students from Grades 9 to 12. Tuition costs $30,200 for day school and $53,950 - $58,500 for boarding school; financial aid is available for those who qualify and $1,700,000 in scholarships or bursaries is distributed annually. Learn more

Located in Port Hope, Ontario, Trinity College School is one of Canada's oldest and most respected, co-educational independent schools. The Trinity College School is situated on 55 Deblaquire Street North and has a school size of 600 students. Established in 1865, Trinity College School offers education and boarding from Grades 5 to 12, and is known for its challenging curriculum and vast array of co-curricular activities. At Trinity College School, students will find a full roster of sports, arts and community service opportunities, in addition to Advanced Placement classes, to round out the complete student experience; students of Trinity College School can choose from a wide variety of activities, such as Equestrian, Nordic Skiing, Rugby, Chapel Choir and Dance Troupe. The cost of tuition ranges from $16,150 - $21,950 for day school to $38,500 - $39,500 for boarding school, and financial aid is offered to students, based on need; approximately 25% of students receive financial assistance at Trinity College School. Learn more

Located in Toronto, Upper Canada College, is the one of the most well known all-boys university preparatory school in Eastern Canada. Upper Canada College was founded in 1829, is the oldest independent school in the province of Ontario, and is the third oldest in the country; Upper Canada College, commonly referred to as UCC, is often described as the most prestigious preparatory school in Canada. The admission process is highly selective and tuition costs run from $29,150 to $32,150 for day school up to $52,010 to $55,010 for boarding school; students with financial need are encouraged to apply for scholarships, as there is over $3,000,000 available in financial aid. An IB program is offered to provide a challenging and stimulating academic background for students, as well as a vast variety of sports and activities. Clubs and sports teams include Cricket, Field Hockey, Mountain Biking, Environmental Club and Rock Band to name a few, for a well-rounded education. Upper Canada College is a fully independent school and the student population, consisting of over 1050 students, is very diverse in its cultural and economic backgrounds. Learn more